Health Services


How can I schedule an appointment? All routine eye exams are by appointment only and do not require a referral. These appointments may be made by contacting the appointment line or at Acute problems are seen on a walk-in basis and should call the appointment desk to be connected directly to the clinic.

What should I bring to my appointment? For routine eye exams, patients should bring in their current prescription glasses or a copy of their old prescription. Patients coming in for a contact lens prescription update should wear their current contact lenses to the appointment. They should also provide a copy of the current contact lens prescription, or bring in the contact lens boxes.

What services does the Optometry clinic provide? Plan and simple, we help the warfighter see! The Optometry Clinic provides state-of-the-art, comprehensive eye care. This includes but is not limited to: prescription of eyeglasses; contact lens prescription updates and diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinal exams. The clinic is responsible for the Gas Mask Insert, Ballistic Eye Protection, Corneal Refractive Surgery and Air Crew Contact Lens programs. In addition, the we provide vision-related expertise for all 412 TW programs including items such as computer vision syndrome, helmet upgrades, remote vision and virtual reality processes, cockpit design and upgrades, vision and eye tracking, use of colored lenses, and sports and performance vision. This enables the warfighter to not only see clearly, but optimize their visual abilities. The Optometry Clinic has an excellent referral relationship with many top specialists in the local area and should be the first point of contact for all vision and eye related problems.

Contact Us

Location: Aerospace Medicine Facility, Building 3925

Hours: Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Telephone: 661-277-7118

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